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I see top gear.
But of course! The only thing cooler than having Eyefinity is having Clarkson on one of the monitors. Oh, and Syrillian with his Silentium on the next 2 over.
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I think we may have missed a concept or it hasn't been mentioned. So how many CPU's are needed at LAN parties now? Or are they soon becoming keyboard parties? I now only need another keyboard mouse when my brother comes over? Not a whole CPU setup? Do you copy OCN?
    
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post #23 of 73
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Putting 6 monitors together for a larger display...


Hey ATI, ever heard of an HDTV??


You really going to compare 15360x9600 to 1920x1080?
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You really going to compare 15360x9600 to 1920x1080?
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TOP GEAR LOWER RIGHT CORNER.

Great success. Not sure why they put it there, but ****, I'm not complaining.
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Agree that it is terrible for movies, but three of them for games such as FSX and racing sims it would be awesome.
Great, but ATI + FSX currently equals large quantities of fail.
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You really going to compare 15360x9600 to 1920x1080?
who can notice the difference in that when you are sitting like 10 feet away as you would with a large HDTV?
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post #28 of 73
Seems a waste to me...

(Now is when you scroll down and you see I have Nvidia, but I'd say this even with ATI)

So I have to spend, let's say, 190€ x 6 on 1080p or 1200p gaming screens, at least 3 5870s (Now we're way higher than 2500€)... and I can just use them for gaming. That without counting the mere gadget price.

Sorry, but too expensive to even think of worth it.

Still prefer TH2Go... maybe expensiver, but I can set up the displays as I want, and can use normal 1680x1050 screens. (Anyway don't know if this Eyefinity is limited).

Also, impossible to find thin borders screens :8 Wait till OLED?
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just get one of these or two of these problem solved.


That looks sweet. Not going to be worth the cost though.
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Seems a waste to me...

(Now is when you scroll down and you see I have Nvidia, but I'd say this even with ATI)

So I have to spend, let's say, 190€ x 6 on 1080p or 1200p gaming screens, at least 3 5870s (Now we're way higher than 2500€)... and I can just use them for gaming. That without counting the mere gadget price.

Sorry, but too expensive to even think of worth it.

Still prefer TH2Go... maybe expensiver, but I can set up the displays as I want, and can use normal 1680x1050 screens. (Anyway don't know if this Eyefinity is limited).

Also, impossible to find thin borders screens :8 Wait till OLED?




These 5870 threads are getting better by the minute.
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